Cal State at the Forefront of Diverse Campus Leadership
One of the nation’s largest higher education systems is leading a trend toward increased diversity among campus leadership positions. The California State University System has appointed women presidents at 11 of its 23 campuses, nearly twice as many since the end of 2014-15. Cal State has also doubled the number of Asian-American women in campus presidential roles, and has five Latino and three African-American presidents leading its campuses.
More on Cal State’s push for diverse leadership at campuses is available on the Inside Higher Ed website.